Definition of 'criticise'
Example sentences containing 'criticise'
`I do not wish to deal with specifics, and I do not wish to criticise the here and now.THE SCAR
Naturally, Thomasina and Agnes had laid places for themselves, determined to watch the Irish-man and criticise his every move.A SHRINE OF MURDERS ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
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